Nintendo is back in the video gaming picture with the recent release of two new gaming consoles, the "Super Smash Bros" on Wii U, and Amiibo figurines. The Japanese video game company is intent on giving Sony and Microsoft a run for the gamers' money this coming holiday season.
After launching and releasing three smartphones this year, Sony will reportedly go back to launching only one product per annual cycle starting next year. Based on reports however, the Japanese tech company will not just be releasing the Xperia Z4 but also its big brother the Xperia Z4 Ultra early next year.
Sumo Digital finally released "LittleBigPlanet 3" for PlayStation 4 and 3 last week and the reviews are in.
Fry's will be offering some of the best killer deals on electronic items come the big Black Friday retail sale on November 27.
Can Sony top Microsoft's December offerings? Well, more than that, will December be a great month for PlayStation Plus gamers? What will the next few weeks hold?
Sony is not budging on the $50 price drop of Microsoft's Xbox One. But some retailers have PS4 deals that go as low as $275 for a brand new console and $265 for a slightly use unit. Come Black Friday however, the PS4 is expected to drop by $50 to $60.
Mark your calendars. Another report has confirmed that the new Sony flagship device will be released in March next year.
Dell has jumped the gun on major US retailers in announcing its Black Friday deals for console gamers of both Xbox One and PlayStation 4 happening on November 27.
Can't wait for the Sony Xperia Z4? Here are some rumors that will make you even more excited!
Sony intends to rebound from a below expectations release of November free games. The company announced its first full budget retail release in December with "Injustice: Gods Among Us Ultimate Edition" and "Secret Ponchos."
Samsung Galaxy S5 and Samsung Galaxy S4 will probably get the Android L 5.0 Lollipop early next year, several reports suggest.
Android L 5.0 Lollipop is finally out!
Sony's delay in finalizing and officially announcing the lineup of the November 2014 free games has caused both anxiety and annoyance among PlayStation gamers.
Attention Motorola users! Do not worry, you are not forgotten. This one's for you!
Sony has finally revealed November's set of free games for PlayStation Plus, after days of speculation.